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Ferrexpo Share Chat (FXPO)



Share Price: 221.90Bid: 223.00Ask: 223.60Change: 8.60 (+4.03%)Riser - Ferrexpo
Spread: 0.60Spread as %: 0.27%Open: 216.00High: 228.30Low: 216.00Yesterday’s Close: 213.30


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lemmink
Posts: 1,744
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:227.60
Iron prices
17 May '19
Doing surprisingly well - still in the 90’s ??
 
Maksym
Posts: 112
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:227.70
Production
16 May '19
British Ferrexpo plc, which controls in Ukraine, in particular, Poltava and Eristovsky mining and processing plants (PGOK and EGOK), in January-April 2019, according to preliminary data, increased the production of pellets by 1.9% compared to the same period in 2018 year - up to 3.485 million tons. According to a company representative, Interfax-Ukraine told the agency that, according to operational data, the output of concentrate increased by 3.4% to 4.285 million tons during this period. In April, the company produced 947 thousand tons of pellets, 1.159 million tons of concentrate.
http://www.fixygen.ua/news/20190516/ferrexpo-narastila.html
Lakshmi888
Posts: 19,563
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:224.40
Slowly
16 May '19
Lakshmi888
Posts: 19,563
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:220.10
RE: FXPO Chart
15 May '19
Morning TL:)

You're very welcome. Main market shares generate steady rises which many overlook in favour of chasing rainbows and spikes on AIM listed shares and as you say it has provided multiple trading opps in the past month in part'r....

Like the way the board released the RNS to provide an explanation but moreso how the lows held very well and so the targets shown remain valid. On hitting them, will reassess again to see if anything further can be gauged. The upper gap also needs to be filled;)

Best of luck; have a gd day:)
TLWilliams.
Posts: 1,804
Opinion:Buy
Price:219.00
RE: FXPO Chart
15 May '19
Thank you for your input Lakshmi888. I do not fully understand how to interpret charts, but your prediction tallies with all I have read recently. FXPO has recently provided day-traders with good opportunities, as have other equities. IMHO, in due time, this will subside and the share price will deliver the anticipated recovery. Regards.
Lakshmi888
Posts: 19,563
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:218.10
RE: FXPO Chart
14 May '19
259 remains ST target

A decent 20% gain even from these levels

Carry on spking to meself then, lol....;)
Lakshmi888
Posts: 19,563
Premium Chat Member
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:216.10
FXPO Chart
14 May '19
https://imgur.com/VHIJaBv

Still in play

#SlowlySlowly.....:)
ge0rge123
Posts: 876
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:214.20
Well Stated
10 May '19
Hereshopin
HeresHopin
Posts: 5,601
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:213.80
RE: coming next
10 May '19
If you keep saying it eviking perhaps you will be right one day - I won't hold my breath though. I am sure if you are right that once in a blue moon you will pop back up and tell everyone, conveniently forgetting all the times you got it wrong. In reality the share is holding up much better than most resource stocks at the moment, but don't let that fact bother you.
eviking
Posts: 2,218
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:212.80
RE: coming next
10 May '19
Looks like 200 knocks iamafraid.
granto
Posts: 4,615
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:217.40
coming next
10 May '19
I do fear what is coming next, mostly cos I have no idea.
POWER
Posts: 1,116
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:219.00
RE: holding up.
8 May '19
yeah, but don't push it though. Not so lucky, next time.
granto
Posts: 4,615
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:214.30
holding up.
7 May '19
all considered, directors resigning, auditors resigning, tax audit demands, investigations into money movements, CFO selling shares moments before bad news, and whats not, and still this share has held its ground, while another company would be on its knees. Why? It is a savage money maker, and money usually digs its way out of trouble. Iron ore remains strong and this is a premium brand. Ferrexpo is the Mercedes of the Iron Ore industry, I suspect that more hassles may emerge, and I suspect it will do what it does, roll with the waves.
Snufkin
Posts: 444
Opinion:Buy
Price:220.50
RE: $16.2m Tax Demand
6 May '19
The fine, if paid & not contested, equates to just 2p per share.......Hardly worth waking up for..... Now its time to go back to my bank holiday snooze zzzzzZZZ.
eviking
Posts: 2,218
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:220.50
RE: $16.2m Tax Demand
6 May '19
Looks like sub 200 after all. Day trading yo-yo here we go...
noggers
Posts: 1,415
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:220.50
RE: $16.2m Tax Demand
6 May '19
Not a great ammount, but with this and now Trump starting again with his trade tarifs on China it looks like it could be a bad start tomorrow once again.
Only just bought back into these last week at 204 i was hoping all the bad news was out the way and we were heading north (which we were) looks now like we will be heading south.
Pokerchips
Posts: 7,263
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:220.50
$16.2m Tax Demand
6 May '19
The embattled iron ore producer Ferrexpo faces new trouble over allegations that it owes millions of pounds of taxes in Ukraine.

The FTSE 250 miner has been hit with a $16.2m (£12.3m) demand by the authorities in Kiev following a government audit into how it priced iron ore pellets sold to a Swiss subsidiary.

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/ferrexpo-hit-with-tax-bill-in-fresh-setback-fbnl2d785
HeresHopin
Posts: 5,601
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:220.90
RE: Volatile marketplace.
3 May '19
Certainly is volatile at the moment, and has been for some time. I actually don't consider the market investable at the moment - just tradeable. There is plenty that can be made trading and for holding up to a few months but for 5 years plus at the moment - not worth it I don't think as more can be made compounding a series of trades. Did a decent size dummy buy on TCG earlier sub 21 but held off as I thought it would test 20 like it did last time. Seems to have stabilised for the time being and up 5% from earlier. C'est la vie.
TLWilliams.
Posts: 1,804
Opinion:Buy
Price:219.60
Volatile marketplace.
3 May '19
Good morning George and HeresHopin.
My FXPO speculation over the last couple of days was pure luck i.e. being in front of my computer screen at the right times. The important factor for now is how it plays out over the next few months. Another dividend is assured, and although I think that there is some growth to come, this is not a given.

The volatility of INDV over the last couple of days springs to mind; I have retained a position there but where it goes from here is anybody’s guess.? Yesterday, I lamented not making a speculative INTU buy on Wednesday; look where it has moved to today. Money can be made or lost very quickly in today’s marketplace. My loss with a CPI investment last year spring to mind. Thankfully, I have had a good measure of success this year; I should have made a great deal more but I am now very cautious and, too often, bank a good profit when there was a lot more to come. Regards.
HeresHopin
Posts: 5,601
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:220.70
RE: Heres hoping
3 May '19
Yes, appreciate that George, and apologies for labouring the point as we all make our own decisions. My point was only that you actually factored in a retrace exactly the same as the divi once including costs, so perhaps just a miscalculation. A couple of pence lower and it would have been worth it. By setting the trade in advance you gave yourself little chance of an upside but still ran the risk of a positive RNS meaning you couldn't buy back, Wasn't meant as criticism and I am not saying I am an expert either, but it was just an observation based on the numbers you gave. Best of luck and a profit is a profit.
ge0rge123
Posts: 876
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:221.00
Heres hoping
3 May '19
The reason i sold was thatv i wanted to bank some profit having bought the tranch at 209 on April 27th
I expected a retrace below the level of the Divi but did not expect it to be so big..Well done TLW
ge0rge123
Posts: 876
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:221.00
Heres hoping
3 May '19
The reason i sold wasvtgatbinwanted to bank some profit having bought the tranch at 209 on April 27th
I expectedva retrace below the level of the Divi but did not expect it to be so big..Well done TLW
HeresHopin
Posts: 5,601
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:225.90
RE: Director Buying
3 May '19
Of late the share has been stronger finishing the day than starting, so a good start already today bodes well.
opulentia
Posts: 4,043
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:221.40
Director Buying
2 May '19
Seems like they know when theres a bargain about, and just in time for his Divi qualification period,

GLA more RNS , soon imo
TLWilliams.
Posts: 1,804
Opinion:Buy
Price:221.40
RE: I was right
2 May '19
Volcano, I bought more INDV at today’s lows, but will probably need to keep them for a while before there is any traction. The popular theory on the board is that MSIL are putting on the brakes for the time being. It was a close run between INDV and INTU yesterday. I would have profited from going for the latter. Regards.




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